Behind the strings with Mike Maycock

A recent interview with Virginia-based musician, Mike Maycock. A local fixture in the Roanoke area band scene since the mid-90’s, Mike’s been teaching music theory and technique for equally as long with Kelley’s Music, located on Brambleton Ave here in the Valley.

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A long-time friend and overall great guy, consider yourselves invited and enjoy the conversation.

Part-two is already in the works, so if you have any questions for Mike, feel free to drop me a line or leave them in the comments below.

 

Dr. Sheldon Johnson | Saxophone Intensive (SMI)

Kicking-off a new series entitled Arts in the Roanoke Valley (AiRV), join us for a glimpse into the lives and inspiration of everyday folks like you and me, people whose stories are yet to be told. The passion and high standard of professional saxophonist and Radford University instructor Dr. Sheldon Johnson is certainly no exception, and his outstanding effort in developing the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra’s Saxophone Intensive program with the annual RSO Summer Music Institute.


Mr. Johnson is currently the saxophone instructor at Radford University in Radford, Virginia, having previously taught at Claflin University in Orangeburg, South Carolina. He holds a Bachelor of Music degree from Northwestern University, a Master of Music degree from Bowling Green State University, and a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of South Carolina. His saxophone teachers include David Jacobsen, Frederick L. Hemke, John Sampen, Bryson Borgstedt, and Clifford Leaman. Read more